October 2

Bass Odyssey - Freestylers - Now Is The Time (Vinyl)



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Posted 09.11.2019 by Zuk in category "Jazz

9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Gukazahn on
    Jan 01,  · Freestylers' second album, released in Breakbeat sound had changed until that time. The influence of 2 Step / UK Garage increased and what most of the tracks now fit into is Nu Skool Breaks - a genre that is a fusion of Breakbeat, Techno and Trance, and also picks some bassline elements from Drum'n'Bass (just like 2 Step!)/5(10).
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  2. By Meztim on
    Now Is The Time: B2: Calling Featuring – Valerie M* C1: Bass Odyssey: C2: Bad Boy Love Featuring – Navigator: D1: Blowin Ya Brainz: D2: Broadcast Channels Featuring – Cardinal: E1: London Sound Featuring – Tenor Fly: E2: Weekend Song Featuring – Tenor Fly: F1: Phenomenon One Featuring – Tenor Fly: F2: Signs Featuring – Spanner /5(49).
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  3. By Bami on
    Freestylers ‎– Love My Bass / SkAcid. Label: Instant Vibes Released: 1 Love My Bass Freestylers ‎– Now Is The Time / Blowin Ya Brainz. Label: Freskanova ‎– FNT30 Released: A Now Is The Time B Blowin Ya Brainz. Freestylers ‎– Weekend Song. .
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  4. By Shaktijind on
    Download Now About this release Pressure Point by British group Freestylers contains 14 tracks including ‘Told You So’, ‘Get Down Massive’ and ‘Weekend Song’.
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  5. By Kazrajas on
    Freestylers again recruit chatters Tenor Fly and MC Navigator for multiple appearances, and find good ways to reuse everything from an old hip-hop standard (Black Sheep's "The Choice Is Yours") to an even older reggae standard (Willie Williams' "Armagideon Time"). One listen to "Bass Odyssey" and it's clear the trio also fondly remember the.
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  6. By Yozshugore on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pressure Point on Discogs.
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  7. By Jugor on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Pressure Point on Discogs.4/5.
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  8. By Brabar on
    Freestylers' second album, released in Breakbeat sound had changed until that time. The influence of 2 Step / UK Garage increased and what most of the tracks now fit into is Nu Skool Breaks - a genre that is a fusion of Breakbeat, Techno and Trance, and also picks some bassline elements from Drum'n'Bass (just like 2 Step!)/5(10).
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  9. By Nezahn on
    Freestylers - Listen to Freestylers on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends. Now Is the Time. Freestylers. Pressure Point. Breaker Beats Pt. 1. Freestylers. We Rock Hard. Bass Odyssey. Freestylers.
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